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EVENT: Conspiracy Con 2008 - This Weekend - June 7-8,
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Joyce Riley will be speaking Sunday from 10:45am - 12:15pm!
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"People are now talking about the American Dream in the past tense.
Our image as a major world power has once again been seriously
assaulted. Our will as a people, and our confidence in our government,
is again shaken! Have we been hijacked again or are we just waking up?"
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I The Only American Who Thinks This Way?" (Author) Jim Purcey
Money As Debt
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TUESDAY - JUNE 10 - DOUBLE FEATURE:
DR. BETTY MARTINI
reports on the hidden dangers of FOOD DYES - -especially when mixed
inside the body with other common food additives; like aspartame and
FDA Urged to Ban 8 Dyes Used in Foods
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Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills by neurosurgeon Russell
Sweet Deception (by) Dr. Joseph Mercola
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Eighth-generation-herbalist from an Austrian family, JIM STRAUSS
shares timely herbal remedies and the historical uses on a wide variety
of herbs, plants and plant enzymes.
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WEDNESDAY - JUNE 11 - DOUBLE FEATURE:
American Small Business League, exposes YET ANOTHER sneaky move made
by the Bush Administration that already shifted taxpayer funds away from
start-up entrepreneurs over to the wealthiest of corporations.
"The Small Business Administration - - - is now the BIG Business
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ASBL Member on CNN
Member on ABC Evening News
VIDEO: ASBL Member
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ASBL Member on 2004 CBS News
Thorson's SBA Testimony
SBA Moves to Include Big Business in Small Business Programs
A listener to "The Power Hour" and Tennessee's 2nd Congressional
District CONGRESSMAN JOHN J DUNCAN, Jr., explains what it is like
to be an elected representative and the up-hill battle some
congressional people face daily - - - especially when you oppose such
programs as NAIS, banking bailouts, continually funding a war in
THURSDAY - JUNE 12 - MULTIPLE FEATURE:
KATHERINE ALBRECHT, Ph.D.,
RELEASES NEW EVIDENCE OF VERICHIP LIES AND DECEPTION and sets the
record straight on Chip Implants, Cancer, and much more . . .
How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with
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CASPIAN Releases New Evidence of VeriChip Lies and Deception (Group's
Latest Report Sets Record Straight on Chip Implants, Cancer, and more)!
DR. BILL LEE
educates on Electromagnetics and Air Ions; plus, a variety of simple
ways to avoid electromagnetic fields. Find out why you would want to
The TriField Meter Available by calling 1-877-817-9829.
presents "Water in the News." News items relating to water
that made the news in the past month (May)
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FRIDAY - JUNE 13:
Power Hour listener and "a committee of one" DON BURROWS
shares his information on how he became 100% off-the-grid. Don can
be contacted through his wife's website:
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Cell Phones Used to *Pop* Popcorn? -- Let us know if any of you
Related YouTube Video
YouTube: Bee Gees - 9/11's a Lie -- The 'Free Bees' are looking
for help in spreading their '9/11's a lie' music video and song far and
Taser Loses 1st Product-Liability Suit; Jury Awards $6 Million
-- Taser International Inc., the largest stun-gun maker, lost a $6.2
million jury verdict over
the death of a California man who died after police shot him multiple
times with the weapon. The defeat is the first for Taser in a product-
Revolution March on DC: July 12th, 2008 with keynote speaker Dr. Ron
Paul! -- Check out the website link for more details!
probes arson in governor's mansion blaze -- Fire investigators
seek public's help after fire badly damages historic estate!
Jailers at Guantanamo urged to destroy interrogation notes says lawyer
-- US interrogators of "war on terror" detainees were instructed to
handwritten notes that might have exposed harsh or even illegal
questioning methods at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a lawyer for one of the
prisoners said Sunday.
Beware: Gasoline Thieves Adopt A New Drill -- With gas prices at
record highs and service stations thwarting drive-offs with
gas thieves are becoming more creative. This lady had her gas stolen by
someone drilling a whole in her gas tank. Most of the vehicles targeted
so far are
trucks and SUVs because they sit higher off the ground, mechanics said.
Gasoline rises above $4 a gallon for first time -- The U.S.
average price for a gallon of regular gasoline topped $4 for the first
time, a survey issued on
Sunday by the travel group AAA showed.
Lowest Food Supplies in 50-100 Years: Global Food Crisis Emerging
-- 2007/08 will mark the seventh year out of the past eight in which
production has fallen short of demand.
Town Overthrows Corporate Giant for Control of Water -- The
people of Felton, California learned that they had successfully wrested
control of their
water from the clutches of a giant corporation.
Food Scarcity 'Creating New World Order' -- Unprecedented food
scarcity is beginning to dictate the rules of a new political order
where individual countries
are scrambling to secure their own food supplies with little concern for
the rest of the world, says the founder of the Earth Policy Institute.
UK: Schools get ultimatum: improve or face closure -- Hundreds
of the worst performing secondary schools in England will be given an
ultimatum by the
government this week: improve or face being shut down.
Wildflower Extracts Easily Kill MRSA Superbug -- Extracts from
two Eurasian wildflowers are highly effective at killing the superbug
Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), according to a study conducted by
researchers at the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) in Ireland.
Researchers found that
extracts from Inula helenium (commonly known as elecampane, horse-heal
or marchalan) eliminated 100 percent of MRSA colonies upon exposure.
Oil prices seep into asphalt costs, detour road work -- Fewer
roads will be repaved this summer, thanks to soaring prices of oil-based
Chemtrails - Lab Report On Air Grab Thru HEPA Filter -- This is
the final Lab Report RE: air material analysis. This was a 28 day
collection via HEPA filter,
8 hours per day collection. Please note the extremely high Aluminum
reading 12,800,000 ppb.
US quits Human Rights Council? -- There was widespread
consternation on Friday at the Palais des Nations in Geneva when the US
mission gave up his observer
status - a step backwards for human rights around the world, says Human
Concerns arise over SRS files' validity -- For years, some
families have complained that court documents filed by social workers
that result in children
being removed from the home have contained false or fabricated
information. Now, some say they have proof.
Do Nanoparticles in Food Pose a Health Risk? -- A new study
reveals that nanoparticles are being used in everything from beer to
baby drinks despite a lack
of safety information.
Violent weather pounds nation, killing 8 -- Floodwaters cover
farmland and roads near Paragon, Ind., on Sunday. Storms have pounded
the country from the
Midwest to the East Coast, forcing hundreds of people to flee flooded
communities and spawning tornadoes.
Oregon Offers to Pay to Kill, but Not to Treat Cancer Patient --
Lung cancer patient, Barbara Wagner, was recently notified that her
medication that would slow the growth of cancer would not be covered by
the Oregon Health Plan; the plan, however, she was informed, would cover
doctor-assisted suicide should she wish to kill herself.
America's Medicated Army -- For the first time in history, a
sizable and growing number of U.S. combat troops are taking daily doses
of antidepressants to
calm nerves strained by repeated and lengthy tours in Iraq and
Rain inundates central Indiana, forces evacuations -- Storms
dumped as much as 10 inches of rain on soggy central Indiana on
Saturday, threatening dams, inundating highways and sending the Coast
Guard to rescue residents from swamped homes.
Tracking plastic's breakdown products -- A rapidly growing body
of research has raised concerns about the safety of phthalate
plasticizers found in polyvinyl
chloride (PVC) products, cosmetics, and medical devices. Now, scientists
are gaining new insights by looking not just at the parent compounds but
metabolites as well.
Nine meals from anarchy - how Britain is facing a very real food crisis
-- Crisis: Britain's food supply is in peril.
Tollroad Operator Offers Lawmakers Free Travel -- Indianapolis -
The private operator of the Indiana Toll Road has sent devices to
numerous lawmakers in
Indiana giving them a free ride on the highway, and all legislators can
get the same deal if they choose.
What happened to building 7? -- To the truthers, “building 7” –
the third building in the World Trade Center complex to collapse on
September 11 – is
evidence that the mainstream media is in on the plot. On that day, the
BBC reported the building’s fall almost half an hour before it happened.
Jane Standley was broadcast at 4.54pm eastern time reporting that the
tower had collapsed – but in the background, it was still standing. It
fell 26 minutes
later, seven hours after the Twin Towers came down.
FDA Globalization Act -- As of this writing, there are an
incredible 305 bills pending in Congress dealing with the FDA –
everything from domestic pet
turtles to tanning machines, prescription drugs, and other issues. The
latest health-freedom legislative threat of any importance, however, is
Globalization Act,” sponsored by Rep. John Dingell (D-MI), Chairman of
the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and supported by his colleague
Waxman, in the House, and an identical and yet to be numbered draft bill
sponsored by Senator Kennedy in the Senate.
Bilderberg: World government convenes in Chantilly Virginia --
The world’s power elite arrived in Chantilly, VA commencing four days of
super secret talks. These meetings are attended by 125 of the most elite
persons in the world.
Nearly 20% of Army in Afghanistan on Prozac -- For the first
time in history, a sizable and growing number of U.S. combat troops are
taking daily doses of antidepressants to calm nerves strained by
repeated and lengthy tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Activists sue Texas Republican Party over state convention rules
-- A cadre of GOP activists filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the Texas
Republican Party over how its leaders will conduct business at next
week's state party convention in Houston.
Gates accepts Air Force resignations in shake-up -- Defense
Secretary Robert Gates says he has accepted the resignations of the
military and civilian Air Force chiefs after a report found a pattern of
poor performance in the way the service handles nuclear weapons.
Masons want kids DNA -- But it's to protect the children you
RFID World Conference 2008 -- Now in its 6th year, this industry
leading event is recognized as the gathering place for the builders,
buyers and sellers of RFID and other Auto-ID technologies. In one
location, come to discover the new technologies and applications created
by industry innovators from around the globe, attend the educational
sessions led by today’s thought leaders and explore how today’s
integrating technologies can help your business thrive.
Adviser says McCain backs Bush wiretaps -- A top adviser to
Senator John McCain says McCain believes that President George W. Bush's
program of wiretapping without warrants was lawful, a position that
appears to bring him into closer alignment with the sweeping theories of
executive authority pushed by the Bush administration legal team.
Summer's Here and the Time is Right for...Getting Busted Going to the
Festival (If You're Not Careful) -- Music lovers this summer
should be prepared to encounter drug checkpoints and undercover cops
working inside the festival grounds.
Secret law begs question, ‘Is this America?’ -- Growing use of
secret law “is implicated in fundamental political controversies over
domestic surveillance, torture and many other issues directly affecting
the lives and interests of Americans. ... Secret law excludes the public
from the deliberative process, promotes arbitrary and deviant government
behavior, and shields official malefactors from accountability.”
Natural Disasters Up More Than 400 Percent in Two Decades -- The
number of natural disasters around the world has increased by more than
four times in the last 20 years, according to a report released by the
British charity Oxfam. Oxfam analyzed data from the Red Cross, United
Nations and researchers at Louvain University in Belgium. It found that
the earth is currently experiencing approximately 500 natural disasters
per year, compared with 120 per year in the early 1980s. The number of
weather-related disasters in 2006 was 240, compared with 60 in 1980.
Weather: Plains to E. Coast - Look out! -- Here is 12 hour Loop
of Infrared Satellite Image!
Severe Weather and Flash Flood Warnings
are still trying to lease the PA. turnpike -- A bill was
introduced yesterday to allow a lease.
Summer electricity prices to explode -- Already Stunned by Gas
Prices, Shockingly High Electricity Prices May Await Americans This
Marines to begin martial law training in Indianapolis -- Under
the guise of urban warfare training the 26th Expeditionary Unit an elite
group of U.S. Marines will conduct a martial law training exercise at 26
“surrendered” locations in central Indiana from June 4th thru the 17th.
Thompson wins 9-11 work -- As President Bush's health chief,
Tommy Thompson proudly trumpeted millions of taxpayer dollars to help
workers sickened by the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks at the World Trade
Center, even amid complaints that his agency wasn't doing enough.
Thompson's private company has won an $11 million contract to treat some
of those same workers - the latest twist in a fitful government effort
to determine how many people were made ill by the toxic debris and to
care for them.
Canadian Parliament votes to let US war resisters stay -- The
Canadian Parliament passed an historic motion June 3, 2008 that calls on
government to make a program to allow US war resisters to apply for
permanent resident status in Canada and to cease all deportation and
against US war resisters. Related Link:
House of Commons votes to let U.S. War Resisters stay in Canada
Did Little Johnny Drown During His Nap? -- He may Have Died From
Is the government compiling a secret list of citizens to detain under
martial law? -- ARE YOU ON THE LIST? The federal government has
been developing a highly classified plan that will override the
Constitution in the event of a major terrorist attack?
Ron Paul racking up primary votes -- With the Republican
primaries over as well this week, Ron Paul easily passed the 1 million
vote mark. The Texas congressman racked up more than 45,800 votes in the
final three contests on Tuesday. He finished second in all three to John
McCain, the presumptive nominee, with 22 percent of the vote in Montana,
17 percent in South Dakota, and 14 percent in New Mexico.
Concerns after top U.S. nuclear weapons lab lays off hundreds --
The top U.S. nuclear weapons design lab has laid off hundreds of
workers, raising concerns about a brain drain and stirring fears that
some of these highly specialized scientists will sell their expertise to
foreign governments, perhaps hostile ones.
Hospital wipes 'spreading MRSA' -- Some types of anti-bacterial
wipes used by hospital staff to clean surfaces could be helping to
spread bacteria, researchers say.
Matthis Chiroux announces his refusal to deploy to Iraq -- Sgt.
Matthis Chiroux, who served in the Army until being honorably discharged
last summer after over four years of service in Afghanistan, Japan,
Europe and the Phillipines, today publicly announced his intention to
refuse orders to deploy to Iraq.
Chemical in Red Wine Keeps Hearts Young -- A natural compound
found in red wine may protect the heart against the effects of the aging
process, researchers said on Tuesday.